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Navy Football

For six years Dr. Morgan had spent the late summer and autumn caring for the United States Naval Academy's Football Team.  He could be seen working on the sidelines of games and in the training and locker room.  He joins a highly professional team of Certified Athletic Trainers, Sports Medicine Physicians, and orthopedists to provide a high level of athletic injury and performance care. While no longer working the games due to his speaking commitments he still provides support to Navy Sports.

Dr. Morgan's interns join him in caring for the Midshipman and come away with a greater understanding of how chiropractic can be integrated into sports and athletic teams.


Dr. Morgan has a personal connection with the Naval Academy.  One of his sons is a graduate of the Naval Academy.  Since his other son is in the Army this makes for an interesting day game experience every December when the Army-Navy Game is played.



 A Game of Honor



Glimpses of William Morgan treating the Midshipman can be seen in the documentary about the Army-Navy Football game: 

Game of Honor

A sneak peak into the movie:

The Making of the Game of Honor

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Father and Son at the Army-Navy GameFather and Son at the Army-Navy Game



Commander in Chief TophyCommander in Chief Tophy




Admiral MullenAdmiral Mullen



Army Navy game winArmy Navy game win




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